Autoslide Dog Door with K9 Tag

By Autoslide
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Autoslide Dog Door with K9 Tag, Black slide 1 of 2
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Autoslide Dog Door with K9 Tag, Black slide 1 of 2
Color: Black

$760.00Chewy Price

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About This Item

  • Secure RFID tag unique to your dog’s K9 Tag.
  • No need to buy a new door—easily convert your current smooth-operating sliding door.
  • Plugs into standard 110 outlet.
  • Door can be programmed to open just wide enough for your pet.
  • Switch between Pet Mode and Automatic Mode easily.
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Questions & Answers

11 Customer Questions


Can you still lock the door, like at night or when leaving town? What happens when someone pushes the button but the door is locked?
Answer by ChewyMar 03, 2021
As long as the track is installed correctly (with enough pressure on the motor wheel), if the door is manually locked and triggered to open the AutoSlide will detect it as locked and cease trying to open. This won’t incur any damage to the system, it’ll just need to be power cycled. A common installation error the manufacturer see's is users not mounting the track tightly enough to the motor wheel; in this case, if the AutoSlide is triggered when the door is locked, the motor wheel can slip and grind against the track. A good practice is to put the unit into Red Mode when manually locking the door, which will disable any pet sensors and any outside push buttons regardless.

Is there an app where you can open/close the door from your mobile device or tablet rather than using the pet tags?
Answer by ChewyMar 28, 2022
This automatic pet door does not have an app to help operate this door.

Do you need a special kind of patio door to use this, or will your average every day door work?
Answer by ChewySep 20, 2021
This product is designed to work with a single sliding panel as long as the sliding door runs smoothly without interference.

Will this work with a double sliding door?
Answer by ChewyMay 18, 2021
The AutoSlide alone can only operate a single sliding panel. If you purchased two AutoSlides, it is possible to use one system on each panel in a biparting door.


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By rkgrabin on Mar 14, 2022

Cooler, prettier solution than an insert

I was hesitant to order this product because the manufacturer's website wasn't great and there isn't a lot of reviews. I did contact the manufacturer on their website via chat and received a quick response which gave me a little more confidence. The first thing I will say is to download the latest installation instructions from the manufacturer's website. The included instructions leave out a lot of information that can make installation and programming confusing and frustrating. Once I found the better instructions off the website installation was pretty easy. Hiding the wires can be a challenge but I think mine turned out great. I like that you can program how wide the door opens and the duration the door remains open for your pet and for normal use. We have small children and have always been concerned about them getting a figure seriously injured in our slider, this product helped reduce that concern. The door closed slow enough for anyone to react and should a figure get stuck it may hurt a bit but you'll still have your figures. Yes, I tested it out. This product costs about the same as an insert with similar functionality but looks a lot better and has additional benefits.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Sep 25, 2020

Works pretty well for our dog!

After a lot of communication and instruction from Brandon from Autoslide, we finally got it working. It took over 3 weeks of trying different things and they had to send us a new part twice, but it is up and running now and I like not having a dog door inserted in our small sliding glass door. Our dog is getting used to the door opening up for her when she gets close. Sometimes it won't open right away because the key tag on her collar is hanging at an odd angle, but she has learned to be patient with it.